Acer has just added a new 3D monitor to their lineup: the GN245HQ. Sporting a 24″ panel with a 120Hz refresh rate LED backlight, 1920 x 1080 (full HD) native resolution, and NVIDIA 3D Vision support. But what makes this monitor different from other 3D monitors out there, is that the infrared emitters that control the shutters of the 3D glasses, are built-in to the monitor as opposed to working with a USB IR emitter that has been used previously with the NVIDIA 3D Vision system. This means you free up another USB slot, as well as not have to deal with adding yet another peripheral from your computer. The Acer GN245HQ will be released in Europe this February, for $585 (430 Euros). How many of you play 3D games or watch 3D content on your computer?
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